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Re: Hacking of JavaScript files in our corporate website

by flexvault (Prior)
on Dec 16, 2012 at 14:53 UTC ( #1009072=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??


in reply to Hacking of JavaScript files in our corporate website

shajiindia,

IMHO, you should be doing something to fix the problem;

    Why are you letting someone modify your live web-site?

Check the logs, close the exposure holes, etc. Then fix the code and don't let it happen again.

I've been hacked, and it isn't fun, but I fixed the source of the problem.

First, all of your JavaScript files should be read-only. Look at everything, since there may be other compromised files.

To answer your question, a very simple Perl script run every hour could check the modified JS to a checksum and if it fails to verify, then notify the sysadmin. But if the site is that un-secure, then maybe *they* could modify your Perl script!

Good Luck...Ed

"Well done is better than well said." - Benjamin Franklin


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Re^2: Hacking of JavaScript files in our corporate website
by shajiindia (Acolyte) on Dec 17, 2012 at 09:11 UTC
    Thanks for your help.

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